Carey Terrance – Erie Otters – Player Profile

6’174 lbsMay 10, 2005CL10th 202150 N AUSA
2019-2020GTHL U15Toronto Titans U1533141428
2020-2021HEO U18DID NOT PLAY0000
2021-2022OHLErie Otters62101424
2022-2023OHLErie Otters65301646
Carey Terrance of the Erie Otters. Photo by OHL Images.

At this point I am unsure whether NHL Central Scouting’s ranking of Erie Otters pivot Carey Terrance is fair at 50th among North American Skaters. I guess I have to wait until their final rankings come out to judge it.

With one weekend remaining in the season, Terrence leads the Otters in goals and points as a 17 year-old. His 30 goals lead Sam Alfano who is second on the squad by 12 and he has double the goals of anyone else. And with the lack of goal scoring on the Otters (third fewest in the OHL as a team), it might explain the almost 2-to-1 ratio of goals to assists.

His best asset may just be his skating as I think he is one of the top 5 skaters in the draft class. He has great take off speed and can create separation with his first couple of steps. But he’s not about going top speed or all out all the time. He reads the play beautifully and will slow it down to create lanes and opportunities for teammates. However, as I mentioned earlier, the finish isn’t always there with his teammates.

Terrance’s other big asset is his shot. He has a quick release and he is deceptive with his release point. He can pick his spots on goaltenders but he can also shoot it with a purpose. What he has in spades is confidence in his ability to shoot the puck so he uses it to his advantage. With 211 shots on goal he only trails defenceman Spencer Sova (221).

Terrance is also very good defensively and don’t let a minus-39 by a 17-year-old on a team that is minus-80 fool you. He understand his positioning, uses his skating to get there and close gaps on the opposition and he plays against the top players including on the penalty kill.

Terrance is still very raw and there will be plenty of growth to his game. As he matures and Erie as a team matures, I expect a big step forward for him. Unfortunately for him it’s not happening in his draft year. And moving forward, maybe as early as next season, someone may want to try him on wing because his game is suited for that.   


Oliver Bonk – London Knights – Player Profile

6’2”179 lbsJan 1, 2005DR26th 202118th N ACANADA
2020-2021HEO U-18DID NOT PLAY    
2021-20222GOJHLSt Thomas Stars3252732
2021-2022OHLLondon Knights10033
2022-2023OHLLondon Knights63102939
Oliver Bonk of the London Knights. Photo by Luke Durda/OHL Images

When you take a peek at public draft rankings around North America, you will find that almost all of them have London Knights Defenceman Oliver Bonk ranked late in the first round or very early in the second round. There is one however that has him in the middle of the third round. NHL Central Scouting has him 18th among North American skaters on their mid term rankings and by the time you add in the Europeans, you’re looking at a late first.

One thing we know about the 26th overall pick at the 2021 OHL Priority Selection: he has climbed on every list.

Bonk has the bloodlines. His father Radek Bonk spent 14 seasons in the NHL and played in 969 games collecting 194 goals and 303 assists.

Bonk’s greatest asset is his hockey IQ. He thinks the game at such a high level. First, in the defensive zone his positioning is near perfect. His possesses a very active stick and breaks up plays by anticipating where the puck is going and using that stick to defend. His transition game is still growing but he has the ability to skate out of the zone or utilize his teammates with good passes.

That high hockey IQ is also evident in the offensive zone. He reads and reacts quickly. He his sneaky at getting into the open areas of the ice to make himself available. On the rush, he is willing to jump up into the play and has near perfect timing. He has a good shot from the point and can get it off quickly and find the target more often than not.

Bonk skates really well for a bigger defenceman but if he could add more speed, it would be a bonus. He’s agile enough, is strong on his skates and is a very good backwards skater. While he uses his size well to engage and move players from the front of his net, he can improve on that area when he adds some bulk to his frame.

Bonk has grown into a very good player and continues to be a work in progress. At this point, it’s difficult to say whether his offensive game will translate to the next level but it’s fair to say he can find success in a defensive role if the offence doesn’t come.

But I wouldn’t bet against him.

Quentin Musty – Sudbury Wolves – Player Profile

6’2”197July 6, 2005LWL1st 202111th N AUSA
2020-2021AYHLNew Jersey Avalanche U164437
2021-2022OHLSudbury Wolves20121931
2022-2023Hlinka/GretzkyTeam USA4145
2022-2023OHLSudbury Wolves48234972
Quentin Musty of the Sudbury Wolves. Photo by Luke Durda/OHL Images

Sudbury Wolves’ winger Quentin Musty was the first overall selection of the Wolves at the 2021 Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection. He is ranked 11th among North American Skaters on NHL Central Scouting’s mid-term rankings.

Musty has the skills set to be, well, the most skilled player in this OHL draft class. He can score. He can shoot. He can be a playmaker. He’s developed into a more physical presence as the season progressed. He has very good vision, patience and an ability to slow the game down if it means opening up lanes. His skating technique is very good and his top speed is sufficient but he lacks first step speed.

We saw Musty’s defensive game improve somewhat as the season progressed. Where he was giving up too many turnovers early in the season, he has limited them lately. The effort to defend was lacking as well earlier in the season and that too has improved.

There are some concerns out there about the defensive part of his game, or the sometimes-lacking aspect of it. There is no questioning his offensive abilities, but are they enough to overcome the defensive shortcomings. Those are legitimate concerns. And I also see some dropping his ranking into the second round of the 2023 Entry Draft.

Whoever drafts Musty is going to have to be patient. As I said, there is skill there but there are also areas of his game that need some work. If they are patient enough and can provide the development he needs, this could be a superb pick – if he indeed drops in the draft.

Luca Pinelli – Ottawa 67’s – Player Profile

5’9165Apr 5, 2005LWL28th 202149th N ACANADA
2020-2021 DID NOT PLAY    
2021-2022OHLOttawa 67’s59142236
2022-2023OHLOttawa 67’s60233359
Luca Pinelli of the Ottawa 67’s. Photo by OHL Images.

Ottawa 67’s winger Luca Pinelli is the younger brother of Kitchener Rangers Francesco Pinelli. What the younger sibling lacks in size (Francesco has 4 inches on him) he makes up with heart. In his draft year, he’s already matched his older brother’s offensive output, who was drafted 42nd overall by the Los Angeles Kings at the 2021 NHL Entry Draft.

Pinelli works hard at both ends of the ice. His defensive game – reading, understanding and coverage are all well accomplished. He’s also very good at transitioning to offence. Playing on the league’s best team has helped, along with a boost in confidence.

Pinelli also has some excellent hockey IQ. He reads and reacts quickly in the offensive zone. Despite his size, he has a willingness to get in on the forecheck and uses brains over brawn to come up with the puck. Along with some excellent playmaking skills, Pinelli also has a very good shot. At this level, it’s enough to beat goaltenders.

Along with his size, another issue Pinelli needs to overcome is the lack of explosiveness in his skating. And when you are on the small side like he is, you want to at least have that breakaway speed to skate away from the opposition. If he can add a speed element to his game, then it would give him all the tools to be a play driver.

There’s no doubt in my mind Pinelli will get drafted, and maybe the Kings will bring the brothers together. After all, they like drafting from the OHL. But they will have to work with him and be patient. And he’s going to have to be willing to put the work in.  

Hunter Brzustewicz – Kitchener Rangers – Player Profile

6’18811-29-04DR69th 202033rd N AUSA
2021-2022USDPUSNT U0185521820
2021-2022WJC-U18Team USA5022
2022-2023OHLKitchener Rangers5854449
Hunter Brzustewicz of the Kitchener Rangers. Photo by Natalie Shaver/OHL Images

The thing that impresses me about Kitchener Rangers Defenceman Hunter Brzustewicz is that no matter the situation, he always appears to be calm out there even under pressure. In the defensive zone, he makes quick accurate passes to transition into offence. He’s not really one to take it up the ice himself but he has that escape ability in him.  

His skating technique is very good as his mobility. His east-west movement is excellent. His edgework is excellent. If there is one thing, I hoped he would add its more speed. At 6’ he could be a little quicker.

Brzustewicz is a highly intelligent player who process what’s happening quickly. His lateral movement is so good that at the offensive blueline he moves to open up lanes and then fines his teammates for perfect tape-to-tape passes.

Defensively, he can keep gaps tight. I know I am repeating myself, but his lateral movement enables him to force players to the outside. However, he can be overwhelmed in the physicality department and he’s going to have to put some work in to get stronger and to deal with that aspect of the game.

At this point, I should have a good idea on where I would rank him, but I don’t – it will likely be in the 10-20 range among OHL players. There is a lot to like about his game and there seems to be some potential there. I’m hoping he has a good showing in the playoffs where he will face even more pressure.

OHL Writers Draft Eligible Player of the Month: February

Draft Eligible Forward of the Month: Nick Lardis – Hamilton Bulldogs

What a month of February it was for Lardis. In 12 games he notched 10 goals and 11 assists. He scored in all but 4 games, had 2 multi goal games and was held pointless just twice during the month. He fired a whopping 51 shots on goal for a 19.6 shooting percentage and took no penalties.

Also considered were Dylan Roobroeck of the Oshawa Generals who had 7 goals and 10 assists in 13 games and Zakary Lavoie of the Niagara IceDogs who notched 7 goals and 10 assists in 14 games.  

Draft Eligible Defenceman of the Month: Rodwin Dionicio – Windsor Spitfires

Dionicio gets the nod on back-to-back months from us here. He has been on a tear since the Spitfires acquired him at the trade deadline. He appeared in 12 games in the month of February scoring 4 goals in consecutive games from February 5 through February 11. He also added 12 assists in those 12 games. He was held off the scoreboard in just 4 games. He finished the month with a plus-7 and complied 22 minutes in penalties.

Also considered were Tristan Bertucci of the Flint Firebirds who had 7 goals and 8 assists in 12 games and Hunter Brzustewicz of the Kitchener Rangers who scored twice and assists on 11 others in 12 games.

Draft Eligible Goaltender of the Month: Tristan Malboeuf – Hamilton Bulldogs

Malboeuf appeared in 7 games during the month of February and posted a 4-1-0-0 record. He stopped 163 of the 175 shots he faced for a save-percentage of .931 and included a 40 save shutout on February 20 against the Kitchener Rangers.

Also considered was Collin MacKenzie of the Ottawa 67’s who appeared in 7 games and stopped 133 of 140 shots for a save-percentage of .950. He went 5-0-1-0 on the month.

Our monthly choices were:


Nick Lardis – Hamilton Bulldogs – February

Colby Barlow – Owen Sound Attack – January

Quentin Musty – Sudbury Wolves – December

Quentin Musty – Sudbury Wolves – November

Ryan Abraham – Windsor Spitfires – October


Rodwin Dionicio – Windsor Spitfires – February

Rodwin Dionicio – Windsor Spitfires – January

Beau Akey – Sudbury Wolves – December

Brody Crane – London Knights – November

Hunter Brzustewicz – Kitchener Rangers – October


Tristan Malboeuf – Hamilton Bulldogs – February

Jacob Oster – Oshawa Generals – January

Joey Costanzo – Windsor Spitfires – December

Andrew Oke – Saginaw Spirit – November

Collin MacKenzie – Ottawa 67’s – October

OHL’s Draft Eligible Statistical Leaders: February

It’s March and we are into the final stretch of the Ontario Hockey League season so it’s time to take a look at the statistical leaders among players eligible for the 2023 National Hockey League Entry Draft.

Colby Barlow of the Owen Sound Attack continues to lead the way with 71 points in 52 games. He’s put some distance between himself and Quentin Musty of the Sudbury Wolves, but it was an injury to Musty that had a lot to do with that. Calum Ritchie of the Oshawa Generals has moved into the number 3 spot after a slow start for him.

On defence, Hunter Brzustewicz of the Kitchener Rangers sits at the top followed by Beau Akey of the Barrie Wolves. Rodwin Dionicio of the Windsor Spitfires continues his ascent after being traded at the deadline to the Spitfires.

Manning the nets, Collin MacKenzie of the Ottawa 67’s has a comfortable lead in both goals-against-average and save-percentage.

Here’s a look at the leader board. As always, we take great care in compiling stats. But always refer to the OHL website for official stats.

Points Leaders
Colby BarlowOwen Sound Attack52413071
Quentin MustySudbury Wolves42174461
Calum RitchieOshawa Generals56243458
Luca PinelliOttawa 67’s56243256
Denver BarkeyLondon Knights56203555
Nick LardisHamilton Bulldogs58312354
Beau JelsmaBarrie Colts57272350
Max NamestnikovGuelph Storm55272249
Coulson PitreFlint Firebirds49212849
Patrick ThomasHamilton Bulldogs55163349
Goal Scoring Leaders
Colby BarlowOwen Sound Attack52410.79
Nick LardisHamilton Bulldogs58310.53
Brady StonehouseOttawa 67’s57300.53
Beau JelsmaBarrie Colts57270.47
Max NamestnikovGuelph Storm55270.49
Dalyn WakelyNorth Bay Battalion56270.48
Carey TerranceErie Otters55260.47
Calum RitchieOshawa Generals56240.43
Luca PinelliOttawa 67’s56240.43
Carson RehkopfKitchener Rangers55240.44
Assist Leaders
Quentin MustySudbury Wolves42441.05
Hunter BrzustewiczKitchener Rangers55410.75
Denver BarkeyLondon Knights56350.63
Calum RitchieOshawa Generals56340.61
Tristan BertucciFlint Firebirds54330.61
Patrick ThomasHamilton Bulldogs55330.60
Beau AkeyBarrie Colts55320.58
Luca PinelliOttawa 67’s56320.57
Pano FimisErie Otters51300.59
Colby BarlowOwen Sound Attack52300.58
Defencemen Point Leaders
Hunter BrzustewiczKitchener Rangers5554146
Beau AkeyBarrie Colts55103242
Rodwin DionicioWindsor Spitfires40102636
Spencer SovaErie Otters56151934
Oliver BonkLondon Knights56102434
Luca D’AmatoOshawa Generals5952732
Chas SharpeMississauga Steelheads5352530
Matthew ManiaSudbury Wolves5572229
Plus/Minus Leaders
Luca D’AmatoOshawa Generals59+36
Alec LeonardLondon Knights53+26
Luca PinelliOttawa 67’s56+26
Ruslan GazizovLondon Knights45+23
Brody CraneLondon Knights57+23
Nicholas DeAngelisWindsor Spitfires57+22
Brady StonehouseOttawa 67’s57+22
Cooper FosterOttawa 67’s52+21
Dalyn WakelyNorth Bay Battalion56+19
Colby BarlowOwen Sound Attack52+18
Penalty Minutes Leaders
Connor ClattenburgSoo Greyhounds46992.15
Quinton BurnsKingston Frontenacs42922.19
Djibril ToureSudbury Wolves51871.71
Ryan HumphreyLondon Knights49781.59
Angus MacDonellMississauga Steelheads54781.44
Matthew AndonovskiKitchener Rangers54771.43
Alec LeonardLondon Knights53741.40
Faceoff Leaders  (minimum 300 faceoffs)
Ethan LarmandSudbury Wolves4658632956.1
Ethan HayFlint Firebirds5478442354.0
Denver BarkeyLondon Knights5662233654.0
Pano FimisErie Otters5194150553.7
Easton WainwrightSarnia Sting5633117653.2
Calum RitchieOshawa Generals5675940253.0
Alex PharandSudbury Wolves5648325653.0
Beau JelsmaBarrie Colts5758930652.0
Michael PodolioukhNiagara Ice Dogs4960431151.5
Brad GardinerOttawa 67’s5760831151.2
Goaltenders Leaders – Goals Against Average
Collin MacKenzieOttawa 67’s221134361.90
Zach BowenLondon Knights211136532.80
Nate KrawchukSudbury Wolves201035543.13
Joey CostanzoWindsor Spitfires341827963.15
Brayden GillespieGuelph Storm191091593.24
Goaltending Leaders – Save Percentage
Collin MacKenzieOttawa 67’s225034670.928
Zach BowenLondon Knights215655120.906
Mason VaccariKingston Frontenacs226876190.901
Joey CostanzoWindsor Spitfires349348380.897
Nate KrawchukSudbury Wolves205224680.897

Coulson Pitre – Flint Firebirds – Player Profile

6’1172Dec 13, 2004RWR73rd 202041 NACANADA
2019-2020U-16Richmond Hill Coyotes27112031
2020-2021OHLDid not play    
2021-2022OHLFlint Firebirds52232144
2022-2023OHLFlint Firebirds46212445
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Kaden Pitre of the Flint Firebirds. Photo by Natalie Shaver/OHL Images

Coulson Pitre played his U-16 hockey with the Richmond Hills Coyotes U-16 squad where he scored 11 goals and 20 assists in 27 games. The Windsor Spitfires selected him with the 73rd overall pick at the 2020 OHL Priority Selection. He sat out the 2020-2021 season because of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

In September 2021, the Flint Firebirds sent a 6th round pick and 15th round pick to the Spitfires for Coulson and he immediately signed a Standard Player Agreement. Interestingly enough, when the Firebirds acquired Pitre he stood 5’11” tall and just 150 pounds. He’s had a bit of a growth spirt and added some muscle to his frame.

With 2 goals and 3 assists in his first 10 games of the season, Pitre got off to a slow start but I was still intrigued. He picked it up and since the calendar flipped to 2023, he has notched 8 goals to go along with 8 assists in 14 games.

Pitre is a highly intelligent player who responds well on both sides of the puck. He plays in all situations including the PK but it’s his effectiveness 5-on-5 that draws interest in him. He’s an above average skater but doesn’t possess any after burners. Instead he uses his high IQ along with the skating skills he does have to be in the right places.

Pitre has shown great control with the puck on his stick and when you combine his vision with his IQ, he makes the right decision consistently. He’s is also a very elusive player and makes himself an option for his teammates. He’s also a gifted passer who identifies lanes and seam quickly and can deliver a tape-to-tape pass.

Pitre is a power forward. He does not shy away from contact whether he is delivering the physicality or on the receiving end of a hit to make a play. Willing to battle and fight through contact.

It’s not just about offence for Pitre. His three-zone game is very accomplished. I think it’s fair to say he plays a pro style game now.

I think if you’re drafting in the middle of the second round and Pitre is there, you have to take a shot at this player.

Carson Rehkopf – Kitchener Rangers – Player Profile

6’1195Jan 7, 2005CL17th 202131st NA mid-termCANADA
2019-2020U15 AAAToronto Jr Canadiens726877145
2019-2020GTHL U15Toronto Jr Canadiens36291645
2020-2021GTHLDID NOT PLAY    
2021-2022OHLKitchener Rangers65181533
2022-2023OHLKitchener Rangers44201838
Carson Rehkopf of the Kitchener Rangers. Photo by Natalie Shaver/OHL Images

There’s still a lot of hockey to be played and the final chapter still has to be written but if Carson Rehkopf finishes off the OHL season and playoffs like the first two-thirds of the season, he is sure to get some late first round consideration for the 2023 NHL Entry Draft.

At 6’1” Rehkopf has some decent size in which he uses effectively in his physical game. He possesses some excellent speed with an ability to shield the puck and put defenders back on their heals once he decides to go into attack mode. He has a deceptive shot with an ability to disguise his release point and with a 16.1 shooting percentage, he can put the puck passed goaltenders.

His defensive game is beyond his years. He skates back hard on the backcheck, isn’t shy about being physical to separate his opponent from the puck, his speed allows him to get into lanes quickly but also attack in the neutral zone to break up plays.

Like every player at this level, there are always things to work on and for Rehkopf, if he’s going to make it down the middle it’s faceoffs. He’s currently at just 37.6 winning percentage on the dot, but he’s only taken 274 faceoffs.

I would also like to see Rehkopf work on his playmaking. He’s always been a goal scorer first and I believe that in the middle you have to be able to create for your teammates with playmaking. Which is why I believe he is best suited on the wing – where he’s played most of his time – so he can continue to drive with his speed or release that shot he has.

Kitchener is a deep squad and it remains to be seen whether Rehkopf will get the quality of offensive opportunities available as the Rangers fight for playoff positioning.

He is very much worth keeping an eye on the rest of the way.

OHL’s Draft Eligible Statistical Leaders – January

Colby Barlow of the Owen Sound Attack. Photo by Luke Durda/OHL Images

January has come and gone, trade deadline has come and gone, draft lists are being altered, and the Ontario Hockey League is gearing up for the final one-third of the season before the war of attrition – better known as the playoffs – begin.

So, who among the draft eligible players from the OHL are leading the way statistically? Well, we have the answers for you!

Colby Barlow of the Owen Sound attack led all skaters as of January 31 with 63 points in 42 games. And not only did he lead the draft eligible players in goals with 36 but he led the entire league. Quentin Musty of the Sudbury Wolves missed most of January with an injury but is holding onto second place with 48 points in 32 games. Luca Pinelli is coming on strong and is in third place with 47 points in 44 games.

Trailing Barlow in goals is draft re-entry Brady Stonehouse of the Ottawa 67’s with 25 goals, followed by Nick Lardis of the Hamilton Bulldogs with 21.

Despite all the games missed, Musty still has a comfortable lead in assists with 36. He is followed by defencemen Hunter Brzustewicz of the Kitchener Rangers with 30 and Beau Akey of the Barrie Colts with 29.

Collin MacKenzie leads the goaltenders in both goals-against-average and save-percentage.

Here are the leaders in several statistical categories. While we take great care in compiling stats, always refer to the OHL website for official stats.

Points Leaders
Colby BarlowOwen Sound Attack42362763
Quentin MustySudbury Wolves32123648
Luca PinelliOttawa 67’s44202747
Calum RitchieOshawa Generals43192544
Coulson PitreFlint Firebirds41192241
Denver BarkeyLondon Knights43122840
Brady StonehouseOttawa 67’s45251439
Patrick ThomasHamilton Bulldogs45142539
Carson RehkopfKitchener Rangers43191837
Nick LardisHamilton Bulldogs46211536
Goal Scoring Leaders
Colby BarlowOwen Sound Attack42360.86
Brady StonehouseOttawa 67’s45250.56
Nick LardisHamilton Bulldogs46210.46
Luca PinelliOttawa 67’s44200.45
Dalyn WakelyNorth Bay Battalion46200.43
Carey TerranceErie Otters43200.47
Calum RitchieOshawa Generals43190.44
Coulson PitreFlint Firebirds41190.46
Carson RehkopfKitchener Rangers43190.44
Max NamestnikovGuelph Storm43180.42
Assist Leaders
Quentin MustySudbury Wolves32361.13
Hunter BrzustewiczKitchener Rangers43300.70
Beau AkeyBarrie Colts42290.69
Denver BarkeyLondon Knights43280.65
Colby BarlowOwen Sound Attack42270.64
Luca PinelliOttawa 67’s44270.61
Tristan BertucciFlint Firebirds42250.60
Calum RitchieOshawa Generals43250.58
Chas SharpeMississauga Steelheads45250.56
Patrick ThomasHamilton Bulldogs45250.56
Defencemen Point Leaders
Beau AkeyBarrie Colts4272936
Hunter BrzustewiczKitchener Rangers4333033
Spencer SovaErie Otters44141731
Chas SharpeMississauga Steelheads4552530
Oliver BonkLondon Knights4391928
Tristan BertucciFlint Firebirds4222527
Matthew ManiaSudbury Wolves4371825
Nicholas DeAngelisWindsor Spitfires4512122
Plus/Minus Leaders
Brady StonehouseOttawa 67’s4524
Brody CraneLondon Knights4423
Luca PinelliOttawa 67’s4422
Colby BarlowOwen Sound Attack4221
Cooper FosterOttawa 67’s4520
Ruslan GazizovLondon Knights3219
Alec LeonardLondon Knights4319
Coulson PitreFlint Firebirds4118
Quentin MustySudbury Wolves3217
Matthew MayichOttawa 67’s4215
Penalty Minutes Leaders
Quinton BurnsKingston Frontenacs36772.14
Connor ClattenburgSoo Greyhounds35752.14
Djibril ToureSudbury Wolves39721.85
Angus MacDonellMississauga Steelheads42671.60
Jackson StewartOwen Sound Attack31652.10
Ryan HunphreyLondon Knights36611.69
Alec LeonardLondon Knights43591.37
Faceoff Leaders  (minimum 300 faceoffs)
Calum RitchieOshawa Generals4358432155.0
Ethan LarmandSudbury Wolves4052428855.0
Denver BarkeyLondon Knights4355129954.3
Michael PodopioukhNiagara IceDogs3743223253.7
Alex PharandSudbury Wolves4437320053.6
Ethan HayFlint Firebirds4258431253.4
Ryan AbrahamWindsor Spitfires2132217253.4
Alex AssadourianNiagara IceDogs4234618553.5
Pano FimisErie Otters4073739153.1
Easton WainwrightSarnia Sting4432717352.9
Goaltenders Leaders – Goals Against Average minimum 10 games
Collin MacKenzieOttawa 67’s16844292.06
Zach BowenLondon Knights13692312.69
Charlie SchenkelSoo Greyhounds14819413.00
Brayden GillespieGuelph Storm14806413.05
Mason VaccariKingston Frontenacs17954493.08
Goaltending Leaders – Save Percentage minimum 10 games
Collin MacKenzieOttawa 67’s163633340.920
Charlie SchenkelSoo Greyhounds144654240.912
Zach BowenLondon Knights133423110.909
Mason VaccariKingston Frontenacs175304810.908
Liam SztuskaPeterborough Petes113773400.902